Georgina Hawthorne, Lady Georgina thinks that if she marries the right man, she can keep a secret for life. If that isn't a facade, just hold on because there is so much more. Colin McCrae finally decides that there is more to Georgina than his prior assessment of her. She is actually a complex woman, and possibly worth of marriage after all.
With Colin's funding, he could be good for Georgina. He doesn't have the lustrous family names to fall back on, but he is a good prospect to balance out the secrets that Georgina is hiding. If they are going to be a good match, then there are issues to overcome. Colin has to see if Georgina will let God work in her life. As Georgina struggles to cast aside selfishness and low self-esteem, among other things, a life she hadn't considered is a possibility. Getting from that to where she needs to go is a spiritual journey, one that you have to read to see just how it turns out.
This book follows A Noble Masquerade, and you could read it alone, but I think I would have lost too much to appreciate it as much as I have if I hadn't read A Noble Masquerade prior. All in all a very good read, and an author that I'd like to read more from.
My copy came from Net Galley in exchange for my honest review and nothing more.